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Heath sees off Rees-Mogg in Somerton and Frome
General election 2010: Heath sees off Rees-Mogg in Somerton and Frome

By Sasjkia Otto Liberal Democrat Commons spokesman David Heath has held off an extremely strong challenge from his Conservative opponent in Somerton and Frome. Mr Heath defended the seat with a one per cent swing from Conservative Annunziata Rees-Mogg, the daughter of a former Times editor and sister of the Conservative candidate for the neighbouring… Read more »

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Which one of the party leaders is most vulnernable depends entirely on the deal they can do
GE 2010 Analysis: How secure is each party leader?

None of the three main party leaders is safe today. Each one faces challenges from within their own party. By Matthew West Gordon Brown is clearly the most obviously at risk among the three leaders. Having achieved 30% of the popular vote and having already survived four attempts to get rid of him as leader… Read more »